bradner wrote:But after reading all the threads here the past day, I am a bit confused. My next step at the website is to get a home assessment but I see everyone is getting a waiver. I can't seem to find how/why you guys are doing that -- should I?
I took the EVSE Upgrade road too. Some details here: viewtopic.php?p=136689#p136689
Summary: 432$ US plus some $ to ship my EVSE will get me a 120/240v portable EVSE (incl. no 'downtime'; I'll receive an upgraded EVSE before shipping back mine.)
bradner wrote:My wife is a bit nervous (and myself a bit perturbed because no rebate news from BC) because she doesn't want to buy the car without BC giving a rebate like ONT and QC is and thinks I should cancel and wait for that.
What should be my next steps? Call the 1-800 # to ask for a waiver for the home assessment?
You should go through the steps until you reach the Request a Quote (RAQ) step. At that point, you can wait until BC starts offering a rebate, and then RAQ.
Requesting the waiver will allow you to skip the home assessment step for now; you'll always be able to go back and get one if you'd like.